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CIDR Notation is used to specify the allowed IP address ranges.
Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) is developed in the 1990s as a standard scheme for routing network traffic across the Internet.
CIDR notation is a syntax for specifying IP addresses and their associated prefix size, the latter being equivalent to the number of leading 1 bits in the routing prefix mask. The notation starts with an IP address expressed according to the standards of IPv4 or IPv6. It is followed by a separator character, the slash (/) character, and the prefix size expressed as a decimal number.
172.16.0.0/24 represents the given IPv4 address
and its associated routing prefix
equivalently, its subnet mask
represents the host address range
192.168.1.40/32 represents the single IP address
A CIDR calculator can be found
For SavaPage use only we define a CIDR Set as a concatenation of single CIDR notations separated by any of the characters space, comma, colon or semicolon.